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The publication of Ayatollah Khomeini's letter to then the Iranian officials shows well that Iran had to accept the ceasefire because of shortage of ammunitions and weaponries and that the gang of Rajavi has not had a bit of influence on that.
In response to MKO's status being discussed in the Iranian Parliament's Security Commission, terrorist MKO's spokesperson repeated Rajavi's nonsense words on the role of MKO in the acceptance of Resolution 598 by Iran, admitting the cooperation of MKO with Saddam against Iran and felt proud because of spying for Saddam Hussein. Meanwhile, the publication of Ayatollah Khomeini's letter to then the Iranian officials shows well that Iran had to accept the ceasefire because of shortage of ammunitions and weaponries and that the gang of Rajavi has not had a bit of influence on that. To exaggerate the role of MKO and deceive the detainees of Camp Ashraf, and to justify cooperation with Saddam, Rajavi tries to convince the public opinion that the MKO has had a role in Iran's acceptance of UN resolution and that cooperation with Saddam has been useful for them! Although the current desperate situation of MKO proves how stupid Rajavi's calculations have been, the letter that has been published as a historical document testifies that MKO was a discredited element in the war. On the other hand, it reveals the fact that unlike the analyses and propaganda of Rajavi, Iranian armed forces- despite being short on weaponries- relied on people and Basij.

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